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. >> okay, thank you. and speaking of airports how about google international airport. sort of. mountain view based google is approaching the city of san jose, they need a place for their private jets. they have a new terminal, and plenty of passengers but google is not among them. google is approaching san jose about building annex active terminal, where google and other silicon valley firms could park and service their jets. airport officials say it will generate more than $2 million a year in rent. >> the housing market is showing a bit of a rebound as well as home remodelling. the national home builders association predicts a 20% increase in remodels over the next year. but things are different than the housing boom in 2005, when home owners were remodelling and flipping for profit. this time they are paying with cash and instead of grading to sell. they are staying put. >> their home is their castle and people are remodelling to enjoy. it's a factor with many people getting ideas off of sites like pinterest. >> the most talked about haircut in the country now. the giants were back a
possessing xanax. >> moving on to business news a momentous courter for aol and google chief of planning is planning to unload some of his shares. >> hi, emily. >> good afternoon,)cy larry, carrow lib. aol seeing a boost this afternoon after the web publisher posted its first sales gain in eight years much of that growth coming from the company's third party ad sales business which worked as an how stocks are traded. radio shack is pinning hopes on a drunk store marketing executive. the company named joseph magnaka as the fourth ceo. he comes to radio shack from walgreens where he was in charge of marketing and merchandising. available vision selling it's optimum west unit to charter communications providing to customers in rocky mountain states. the deal is expected to close later this year. cable vision bought optimum west for $1.4 billion just two years ago. >> and stocks rose today on strong earnings reports and news european leaders reached a budget agreement. shares of apple and google pushing the index higher as well. and eric hit schmidt is selling part of his stake in the compan
for google's fleet of private planes. as kpix 5 reporter len ramirez shows >>> san jose mineta airport may soon be home base for google's fleet of private planes. as kpix 5 reporter len ramirez shows us, a new facility could bring in tens of millions of dollars to the airport. >>> reporter: san jose mineta international is all about comings and goings. but when google flies in here with expanding fleet of private executive jets it will be one of the happiest landings of all. >> it just makes sense that google the high-tech leader here in both the south bay as well as the world really is choosing to make silicon valley's airport their home too. >> reporter: mineta san jose is announcing a major agreement with signature flight support google's main provider of aircraft to build and operate a new $82 million executive terminal on 29 acres of what used to be a long-term parking lot on the airport's west side. >> google proposes to bring their fleet here including large aircraft including 787s and 767s. >> why stop at google? why not apple, foxconn? >> repor
, others that want to live in a city, live in a urban environment. don't want to get on a google bus and drive down 101 every day. google and others want to serve the population of their employees. it's food to have opportunities in both places. so this urban, i call them urban hipsters essentially want to stay in san francisco. they're opening offices here. >> does san francisco have a particular niche in the industry or not really? >> you know, it's not the device-heavy kind of cisco, the big data kind of things. it's more in the consumer space, mostly consumer, cloud is here, there's all kinds of companies like that that are here and are in the software or the app space. >> one of the other things that happened this week is texas governor rick perry was making a lot of news saying california's high taxes and tough environmental laws are going to make companies and rich people in the bay area want to move to texas. he's coming here to make this pitch. what are the chances of people en masse leaving silicon valley to go to texas? >> not so much. he makes a lot of noise all the time,
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.5 billion? that's about how much google stock former ceo eric schmidt plans to sell this year, laying out a plan to sell close to 40% of his google holdings. picked a good time to do it, too. today google shares hitting their highest level since the company went public in 2004. raj and jessica? >> okay, thank you, scott. >>> hackers hit the bush family. a personal information exposed by this attack. >>> also ahead, experts are saying it's one for the record books. the latest on the massive blizzard back east that's stranding travelers all the way out west. >> and the dramatic search continues in southern california but there are problems. a former cop is still on the run. plus -- >> i'm sam brock. is it christmas early in san jose? city hall is reporting its first budget surplus in a decade. the mayor is promising things he can't deliver when it comes to breathing life back into the police department and other beleaguered agencies. ooh kfc. hey, you're supposed to wait for everybody. you know what, while we're waiting why don't we play a game of hide and seek? right now? yeah go hide. go
and corporate jets. as the reporter shows us, the google deal could bring in tens of millions of dollars to the airport. >> they were all about coming and going. but when goggle flies in here with their ever expanding jets, it will be one of the happiest landing of all. >> it makes sense that google, the high-tech leader here in the south bay and the world, they are really choosing to make silicone valley airport their home too. >> san jose is announcing a major agreement with the signature flight support. their main provider of the aircraft to build and operate a new $82 million executive terminal on 29 acres of what used to be a long-term parking lot on the west side. >> they will propose to bring their fleet here. and that includes some very large aircrafts, including 737s. >> google airport. what do you think about it? >> i love it. why stop at google? >> reporter: the airport officials say that the new terminal will serve the other clients. >> the international flights. you know, from here to anywhere. like san francisco. and how great is tha
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out sites like google plus and pinterest, which may be more effective depending on your subject matter. >>> oftentimes, adding things to your business is easy. we have new ideas, we want more employees, new processes. there's always something new to include. but our next guest says what you should be concentrating on is not adding, but subtracting. so kiss anything that's excessive, confusing or wasteful or hard to use, good-bye. matt may is the founder of edit innovation, an idea agency based in los angeles and is the author of a new book "the laws of subtraction: six simple rules for winning." great do see you, matt. >> likewise, thank you. >> i love this segment because we're always trying to add new things and really when you're running a business, you have got to be more simple about things. and so i want to get into the things that you say you should kill off. rules. >> well, yeah. i think when you're a small business and if you're fortunate enough, you begin to grow rapidly. and you sort of revert back to the things that you perhaps learned when you were working for a bigger com
there was an article refering to samsung as the fifth horseman, i'm sure you've stheen apple, amazon, google and facebook are the big four but in this author's view samsung should be included in that list as a driver of the future. >> certainly it's nice to have recognition of invasion. i don't know about those groups which our focus is to stay humble and hungry on invasion. to drive new products and leverage investment in design and keep pushing things in terms of bringing new technology to the market. finding areas like the camera market we can bring invasion. finding areas like home appliances we can bring invasion. we'll keep inviting and vesting in new technology and leave others to make the comp sons and you future predictions. >> how closely do you work with google or facebook or microsoft, is there a lot of cooperation with companies that have shared goals? >> we partner with a lot of companies. samsung is the largest tech company by sales in the world which we partner with lots of others. we know what we are good at which is making device. that's where we want to stay focused and we
was just going after something i liked. >> you got oracle written all over you. google. >> well i don't have all the answers. >> what did you take away from last year, your experience. your roller coaster regular season then your extraordinary postseason. >> i look back at it taking it for what it was as it was. at the time, you know i was just trying to help the team. during the season you're trying to do your job to help the team. and then when you're put in a situation like i was in the postseason, it's the most self- less situation you can be in when you get in the play offs and you're just trying to make it to that next game. this year is a little different. i'm hoping to get back on that hope and being the center of attention again and restaking my claim as a starting pitcher and a good one. >> quite a dramatic change. maybe bryan wilson ought to take a page out of that book. >> second round of the at&t now we take a look at what the coach has been doing since the super bowl. practicing his swing there. the t pot. most of the leaders avoiding the cameras today on other courses.
. >>> google's executive chairman is set for a huge windfall. he plans to sell more than 3 million shares. at the prices it works out to about $2.5 billion. he would still have an investment with more than four million shares. it gives no reason for the sale. >>> we are following developing news on the east coast. a powerful blizzard is moving into the forth east right now. forecasters say the worst of the storm is still to come. we are live in boston where people are being told to stay home and stay off of the roads, chris? >> reporter: that is right. you got that right. the worst of the storm is still to come. for the last several hours we have been seeing the snow come down and continue to pileup. the winds have only been increasing in speed. and folks are, as you said, staying home and the officials in many states like massachusetts, connecticut and rhode island the governors banned any kind of traffic on the roads at this point unless you are an emergency vehicle or a snowplow at this point. folks, really, for the most part listening to the warning. as we talked about the storm is f
told jill it's hard to find bios online for reporters. they can stay out of google. she's award winning reporter and covered california schools for 14 years and knows a lot about this subject and was honored by the california teacher association and received the highest award about the growing number of homeless students in the school system. she is a san francisco native and was in the peace corps and tout in west africa and please welcome jill tucker. [applause] >> thank you. she just dated me with that 9090 peace corps thing. okay. i want to say how great it is to be here. i have been looking at everyone's name tags and awed by the wide variety of people and i want you to in rolodex. email me. there are great stories i have been hearing today. we have amazing and large panel and it is an honor to moderate for them. real quickly you will have to take my word. i have read their full bios which are three pages here. i'm not going to read all of that but you have to my word these are award winning policy makers and leaders in our community. we will start with jeff rosen
to sell 2.5 million dollars worth of google stock. >>> the months long investigation to catch a bomb plot suspect. >>> another contra costa county restaurant closed. patrons sick, what health officials say was on the plate. >> the areas that could see freezing temperatures and frost this weekend. >>> a south bay man is behind bars accused of a massive bomb plot that was foiled thanks to an investigation. the man has been in trouble with the law before. maureen naylor has the story. >> reporter: the accused master mind had been living in an rv outside his father's home here in north san jose. tonight we went through these court documents which revealed the suspected master mind had a lengthy history of mental illness. the san jose man is accused of driving to this oakland bank early this morning with what he thought was a bomb planted in his car. >> that's scary. knowing that i bank here all the time. that's scary. >> reporter: authorities arrested 28-year-old matthew llaneza after he tried to detonate the bomb with a cell phone at the bank. however the bomb was fake. he spent months build
fiber access. so google in kansas city is having real trouble getting access to sports content because time warner cable, the local monopoly player there, controls that sports content. so google or any other competitive fiber provider has to enter two markets at once. one market to provide the transport, the fiber, and then also the programming market. and making programming more expensive is yet another barrier to entry. and comcast can carry that out now. >> so what should the f.c.c. do about that? >> this is a moment when we have to separate out content from conduit. it should not be possible for a local cable actor or any distributor to withhold programming based on volume. that's what's going on. the programmers say, "we'll sell to comcast cheaply 'cause they're big. but if you're an upstart we're going to charge you three to four times what comcast is paying for the same programming." that should not be legal. everybody should get access to the same stuff at the same price and they should be announced prices. >> what about the argument that in this modern world there are certain
looks like he's going to work for google. >> it's wild. he wears it well. >> coming up a mars mystery d the rover just spot a hunk of metal? >> and then at 11:00 must have task force what doctors recommend for each stage of your life. >> and jimmy kim yil live with highlights from this week's shows. >> that does it for us on abc >> that does it for us on abc 7 news. this is the "jeopardy!" teen tournament! here are today's semifinalists -- a freshman from marietta, georgia... ...a senior from westport, connecticut... ...and a senior from little rock, arkansas... and now here is the host of "jeopardy!" -- alex trebek! thank you, johnny. and thank you, ladies and gentlemen. hey, i'm still reeling from the ending of our program yesterday, the semifinal in which no contestant wound up with any money at the end of the game. it's never happened before. first time in any of our tournaments, and i was quite taken aback by it. but fortunately, the contestants were more familiar with the rules than i was. so i'm hoping that today, with leonard, emily, and nilai, we have an easier time of it. good
't work against it. live in walnut creek kpix 5. >> you feel sick so what do you do? maybe google your symptoms, try to figure out what exactly is going on what's wrong with you. dr. kim says don't that. why trying to self diagnose can backfire. >> you can find a ga zillion things wrong with you if you wanted to. aneurysms, cancer, all that stuff. i feel like i'm a doctor sometimes. >> from the common cold to the rarest and most exotic diseases, the internet is filled with information about every possible ailment. for a growing number of people all that information may pose a greater danger to their health than what might actually ail them. >> it's like hypokond ra, which is triggered by the internet. >> it's called cyber chondria. it's when people spend hour after hour online reading self-diagnosing and stressing out. >> my left arm was getting like, quite numb sometimes and sore. i looked that up, and the first thing that shows up, i'm having a heart attack. >> fear cannot just kiep getting escalated, escalated. how are you feeling today. >> by the time people see a neurologist based
his goggles. >> i lost my googles. >> i bet. >> oh, i bet. you bet what? >> i'm saying a lot of weird stuff happens to you of the infectious sort. [ laughter ] >> am i right? >> did you lose your goggles or did they break? >> they broke. they burst. >> come on. i'm the rodney dangerfield during this segment. >> you're only 40, though. >> yeah, well, no. my liver is about 95. >> he's like benjamin button. >> one more thing is up next. >>> well, it's time now for one more thing. >> i was talking to my bookie. i'll get back to you. i thought we were in a break. go ahead. >> bob is really with it today. >> it never gets old, does it? here's another person that was really with it. do you remember penelope soto, the teen who got in big trouble with the judge because she was impolite and wasn't courteous. bob finds her attractive, of course. she did a bad thing, flipping the bird to the judge. he put her in for 30 days. take a look at this. >> are you serious? >> i am serious. adios. come back again. did you say i that. >.>> yes, sir. >> i find you in direct criminal contempt. 30 days in jai
, tennessee, did and now they're becoming a health care center. google is spending all of that money in kansas city. we have got to be more comfortable in talking to people about what works. what is working that other countries are doing. the diversity of the representation in the house will be helpful for that. i think also we have to learn something from how historically brave actions by your predecessors in this caucus played out in the electorate. when were they rewarded? when were they punished? and later rewarded? i cannot tell you how many nights in the white house, every single night before i went to bed, for months and months and months after the 1994 election, i thought about the people who were defeated because they voted for the economic program, because they voted for the assault weapons ban. i knew exactly what happened. i thought a lot about those who survived and why they did. as you look ahead and you decide, what are we going to do about the budget, what are we going to do about having the democrats branded as the party of jobs and innovation for the future? make no mistake a
is the poster child for creative destruction. the article was about google, microsoft, apple, and facebook. neither firm owns an fcc license or base station. now, entire commercial empires are floating on the spectrum markets made possible by those who when others cannot see how competition for work. i think tom whitehead for his contributions to our world. i do not blame him for the thousands of text messages a ninth grader made the producing over a one or two hour span. omg. [laughter]there is only so much vision that can be contained in one man. i will not link tom for this. i am delighted today with the amazing dedication of margaret whitehead and organizing and cattle learning that and cattle lording -- and logging this record. the historians and all students of communications may better understand our modern times and the world to come. this work is not available for inquiry through the library of congress. we alumina new insights. thank you kindly, mr. whitehead for this contribution to the american people and to scholars everywhere. [applause] >> thank you, gentlemen. i will see if
is watching them? >> absolutely. this is -- you know, think about google earth. how much can they do right now? they can zoom in and get a picture of your house. so once you allow not just big corporations, governmental entities, but individual people to fly drones into that air space, how good are their cameras? can they look into your house, can they take photographs. this is absolutely going to be a big new area for the law to address. >> i've seen legitimate uses, even realtors, who take the drone up and they're giving a potential buyer of a home a very good birds eye view of the house. but, you know, not just police, but what about people who might have bad intentions? that's where obviously the concern comes in. >> well, of course it is. and then what you're going to find, brianna, the law has not caught up with the technology. we saw this when the internet was first invented. they did not have laws as to what is copyrighted, what is trade marked, what is your personal property rights. we're going to see the same things when people violate your privacy when these drones, what law can you
beginning to die, there is a hacker culture empowered a accessibility of tools inventing facebook and google and all of that. one thing we've only touched on today this important safety that companies in the secessionist leader industry nerve research, but closer, that we have done a fabulous job with the hacker movement fast forwarded to the culture that again the last time he did this script davis internet and google and all of that. the hacker culture i see is the economic engine. some of what they make will become billion dollars business is, small businesses. so rather than automation killing jobs, if you go back to stories like the barcelona story, it's going to bring jobs back to communities by leading manufacturing be self-sufficient. and don't take that it's either or. you may have a house like mine and make it in the house. you may have a tech shop -- a fab lab down the street for tech stocks in your village. he may have an incubator. i think what connects the line is rather than viewing is automation removing the is a tools bring back to where people are. [inaudible] >> heard me?
human error was to blame. >>> google's executive chairman plans to sell a big chunk of his stake in the company. eric schmitt will the sell up to 3.2 million shares of google stock. guess how much that's worth? pretty penny. $2.5 billion. what do you do with that much money? >>> more ahead. an asteroid is hurtling towards et and this one will be close. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. it's just common sense. so if ydead battery,t tire, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat t
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